This 400-acre preserve is located on the Tuckahoe Creek and includes portions of the region's most significant wetlands. Offers four miles of walks, education programs, art exhibits, lectures, workshops, garden tours, and Nursery Hours Thursday, Friday and Saturday's 10-4 April through October. Public amenities include a visitor's center with gift shop, library, and meeting room. Many volunteer opportunities available. Visitor's center open Guided Nature Walks 1st Saturday of every month 10:00am Meeting Rooms Gallery rental for Non-profit $100.00 for 4 hours and $150.00 over 4 hours. Corporate or individual $500.00 for 4 hours and $1000.00 for full day. Rentals are during normal hours of Tuesday - Friday 10:00 - 4:00. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
We are a local, not-for profit community theatre group based in Caroline County. If you are interested in any aspect of theatre from lighting and sound, set design, acting, directing, script writing, stage managing, publicity, etc., then please contact us! We are always looking for new talent with any level of experience. Age requirements are based on the shows.
Presents a variety of programs throughout the year, see www.carolinearts.org for a complete listing and friend on facebook/carolinearts/ for updates. Administers The Foundry community arts gallery, the Fiber Arts Center of the Eastern Shore (see FiberArtsCenter.com), and maintains a local artist registry. Volunteers accepted.
Offers free public computers with internet access, free wifi, color printing for $.25 a page, black and white copying for $.25 a page, free scanning, free access to databases, books by mail, a family information center, meeting rooms, faxing for $1.00 per fax, and free access to books, ebooks, audiobooks, DVD's, magazines, newspapers, and CD's.
Proctoring can be done, by appointment, Monday - Friday between 3:00 - 6:00pm, the customer requesting this service is responsible for getting details of the requirements for the proctored session OR should initiate contact between the testing entity and staff at the library. Proctoring will only be done at the Central Library location in Denton and will only be scheduled if staff are available.
The Chesapeake Bay Community Band was formed in 1994 as the Kent Island Volunteer Marching Band and incorporated as a 501c3 Non Profit Organization. The group performs public concerts and provides musical support for community functions in Queens Anne's County Maryland and the surrounding Chesapeake Bay Region. The group became the Chesapeake Bay Community Band in October of 2009. As is the tradition with community bands, the group includes musicians from all walks of life. The band's repertoire includes marches, classic concert band literature and Broadway favorites. The Chesapeake Bay Community Band is opened to anyone who plays a concert band instrument and has the desire to perform in a community band. We are always looking for new members. The band rehearses Tuesday evenings from 7pm to 8:30pm at the American Legion located at 800 Romancoke Road, Stevensville, MD 21666.
Membership in the ESMTA provides regular association with colleagues and participation in local, state, and national events of mutual interest. Other benefits include: conventions, student performance festivals and competitive events, composition competitions, workshops, master classes, and theory and keyboard musicianship reviews. The Association also offers the High School Recognition/Credit Program for private piano music study in the 9th through the 12th grades. Awards and honors are presented at all levels for students, and grants are available to teachers throughout the year. ESMTA members also give piano and other instrument lessons for a fee. Contact Raymond Hobbs for a referral. Association members can be scheduled for free classical presentations, featuring either soloists or an ensemble.
The Fiber Arts Center of the Eastern Shore (FACES) is a destination for the area’s many quilt and fiber art enthusiasts, visitors, and residents to view historic and recent works by quilters and fiber artists from Maryland’s Eastern Shore and Delmarva Peninsula. As a home to exhibit, retail, studio, and instruction spaces, FACES provides a central networking facility for fiber artists in the region; increases public access to and education about fiber art; fosters and promotes creativity in all areas of fiber art; and works to preserve fiber art skills and traditions. It is a unique place to visit, shop, learn, and find inspiration.